Question about 2004 Aston Martin Vanquish
In some cases if it is just the power locks it may be caused by batteries that may be going bad or has gone bad. If it is not the power lock, I would suggest to inspect the internal parts. It may be an issue with the door latch. It may have come loose or something broken inside. The problem is getting the panel out when you have the door closed. This is hard as you would need to pry the panel out with a flat head screw driver and you may use hanger wires or similar items to get to the screws and clips you should be able to access easily if the door is open.
Posted on May 30, 2011
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